780.594.1630

Seven Lakes Oilfield Services is proudly owned by seven First Nation organizations: Cold Lake First Nations, Frog Lake First Nation, Kehewin Cree Nation, Saddle Lake Cree Nation, Goodfish Lake First Nation, Beaver Lake Cree Nation and Heart Lake First Nation, and is also a subsidiary of Primco Dene LP and Pimee Well Servicing Ltd.

We are the proud recipient of the Eagle Feather Business Award of Distinction category of the Alberta Business Awards of Distinction for demonstrating outstanding achievement in business and incorporating entrepreneurial and cultural concepts into our operations for long term success. In 2017, we have humbly won 3 awards for: Trailblazer Award from Alberta Construction Safety Association for recognizing true leadership in construction health and safety,  Indigenous Engagement Award from Global Petroleum Show for success in engaging in consultation, business/community’s development opportunities and recently for Outstanding Large Business Award from Lakeland BOYA Business Chamber of Commerce for providing overall performance and giving back to the community. We would have never been able to do this without past or present employees who strive each day to help build a foundation of SUCCESS!

We are a proud member of the Canadian Council of Aboriginal Business (CCAB).
We are dedicated to our customers and work hard to maintain fairness and earn loyalty by providing a high level of service with a strong commitment to safety.

History

We commenced operations in 2002. The founding fathers of Seven Lakes Oilfield Services, James Blackman, Eddie Makokis, and Tim Schultz provided the vision and focus for building the company into the successful entity it is today. Seven Lakes offers a variety of different services and is recognized as a major provider to Northeast Alberta`s bustling oil and gas sector. We proudly employ over 200 full time valued employees including general labourers, carpenters, plumbers, welders, scaffolders, heavy equipment operators and class 1 drivers.

Mission

Seven Lakes Oilfield Services creates meaningful employment, wealth and opportunity for First Nations people with a strong commitment to providing our clients with quality services and reliability.

Vision Statement

Seven Lakes Oilfield Services will continue to expand its operations in all areas. We will have partnerships and joint ventures and will be leaders in international projects involving local and Indigenous communities.

Seven Lakes Oilfield Services will be the most valued oilfield service company in the oil and gas sectors in Northern Alberta and be the number one employer of choice.

Values

Seven Lakes Oilfield Services is dedicated to its customers by working hard to maintain their perception of fairness and earn their loyalty. This is achieved by providing a high level of service with a strong commitment to safety. Seven Lakes Oilfield Services holds the highest regard for safety in the industry. We challenge all of our employees to achieve zero injuries, resulting in zero lost time. At Seven Lakes Oilfield Services, ‘Safety is Our Tradition.’ This mandate represents a decision to change our behavior and the way things are done to ensure safety is always at the forefront for every employee. We want all of our employees to make safety on-the-job and off-the-job an everyday priority by emphasizing these five basic safety principles:

  • Participation
  • Accountability
  • Consistency
  • Communication
  • Training

Areas we serve: Cold Lake, Bonnyville, Lloydminister, Lac La Biche, Athabasca, Grande Prairie, Edmonton, Edson, Fort McMurray and St. Paul
p: 780.594.1630 | f: 780.594.1631 | Seven Lakes Oilfield Services - Box 779 Cold Lake, AB T9M 1P2
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